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Hello and welcome to Wednesday's Look North.

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A 16-year-old boy dies in a car crash following a police chase.

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Meanwhile police appeal for witnesses after a 26-year-old

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woman is killed in an accident in Cumbria.

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Approved - plans for 2000 new homes on Green Belt land

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Back on track - a ?23 million repair project on a flood-damaged railway

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In football, we'll round up all last night's action.

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And we'll meet the Argentinian on the verge of crowning his 17

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years in the North East with a trip to Wembley.

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First tonight, a 16-year-old boy has been killed in a car

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crash following a police chase in Middlesbrough.

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The boy, named locally as Brandon Morris,

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was a passenger in the car, which was being followed

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by the police close to Albert Park last night.

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Four people have been arrested on suspicion of causing death

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by dangerous driving and the case has been referred

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to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

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Stuart Whincup is live at the scene of the crash now for us.

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Brandon's friends and family have been coming all day to place cards,

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flowers and letters along the wall. It goes back around 20 yards. People

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we have been speaking to understandably say they are in

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complete shock and all describe a popular young boy who was always

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smiling. A fantastic friend

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who was always happy. That's how 16-year-old

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Brandon Morris has been described. Someone who the tributes

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say was greatly loved He died after the car he was

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travelling in crashed during a police chase on this

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road in Middlesbrough. He was one of the happiest

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lads I've ever known. He was respectful,

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he was sound, he was one of my best mates

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and I could trust him with anything and he'd always have my back

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no matter what. Now I still don't

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believe that he's gone. Brandon had been to passenger

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in a Ford Focus car that was being The lights and sirens were on and

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the car was only followed a short distance when it got to this point.

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The Ford Focus veered to the junction and crashed with another

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vehicle. Brandon suffered serious injuries and was taken to a local

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hospital where he died a short time later. He was a top lad, a good kid,

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he was loved on the estate and he was always happy, every time I saw

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him he was dead jolly and stuff. He made everybody laugh. Respectful,

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sound, always had everybody's back. It's a shock that he's gone. Police

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say three people were taken to Middlesbrough's James Cook Hospital

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after the crash. They and 29-year-old man have now all been on

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suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. I go find me page

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has been set up to raise money for the family and help with fuel costs.

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-- Go Fund Me page. Because the youngster was killed

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following a police case, the event has been referred to the Independent

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Police Complaints Commission. Meanwile a young woman has died

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after her car was involved in an accident with a digger

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being towed on a trailer in Cumbria. It happened near

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the village of Shap on the A6. The police are appealing

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for anyone who may have seen Mark McAlindon has sent us this

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report from the scene. The A6 remains an important

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route linking Penrith Police were called to a two-vehicle

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road traffic collision. A van and a trailer

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travelling north on the A6 were in a collision with a car

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that was travelling south. Unfortunately a member of the public

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has lost their life at the scene. It is still the very early stages

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of this investigation. Collision investigators

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are on the scene at the moment, It's still too early

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to say what has happened. Later the police confirmed

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that the dead driver was a 26-year-old woman

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from the Penrith area. The need to know exactly

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what happened here was more important than rushing

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to reopen the road. It's now afternoon and the police

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are still hoping to get this road The fact that it's been closed

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since about half past eight this morning illustrates the difficulties

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involved with these Recovery vehicles have now moved

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some of the vans that were here before but the motorist's

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car is still being worked We do need time for a road

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traffic collision. We have one chance at the scene

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here to gather all the evidence, which is why we bring the collision

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investigation unit in and we close the road to preserve

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the evidence at the scene, but also for the safety of

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the personnel working at the scene, We only get this one chance

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and we do keep the road closed for quite a long time but we ask,

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due to the tragic circumstances, that the public bear with us

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and allow us to do our job. Anybody who saw a Citroen car and

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a trailer pulled by a Mercedes van in the area this morning is asked

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to contact the police. It's thought a cannabis farm

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was inside a terraced house in Sunderland

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which was destroyed by fire. It broke out in Cooper

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Street in the Roker area It's thought no-one

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was in the property at the time. Two men who raised the alarm

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are being praised for their actions by fire crews who attended

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the scene. Plans for more than 2000

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new homes on Green Belt land in Northumberland have been approved

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by councillors in Morpeth. One of the proposals,

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for a so-called Garden Village on the edge of Ponteland,

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has been especially The landowner, Lugano

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Property Group, says it'll be a forward-thinking,

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modern project attracting But protestors say it's too big,

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and will affect the whole Gerry Jackson is live

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at County Hall in Morpeth tonight. This has caused a storm. New housing

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and where it goes is one of the biggest issues facing us. Add green

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belt land and the debate becomes that much more animated and that is

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what has happened at Ponteland, where this plant for a Garden

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village of 2000 homes was approved today. Also approved, a plan around

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the village for 400 other homes. Both were given provisional planning

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permission today and a lot of people are not happy.

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It was the foresight of our forefathers that gave us the brain

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belt. To stop the unchecked urban sprawl, they said. But what if the

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betterment looked like this? Lugano Property Group bought the land some

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ten years ago on the green belt and now it wants to build something like

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this, he mixed and it says Imogen at a development where quarter of the

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houses would be classed as affordable.

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It is a seductive vision but many current residence will not be

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swayed. They are looking to increase the population by nearly double. We

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will be completely surrounded by other people. And you don't like

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that? Absolutely not. The development says there is Pete and

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demand for housing like this by young families and commuters into

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Tyneside. -- patented demand. For its location and the impact it would

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have on this village where we live, it is too dramatic and not in any

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scale. But at a time where we keep being told there has never been a

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greater need for more housing there is a wider question here. How

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sacrosanct should our green belt the? It should be completely

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sacrosanct as long as there isn't a very good reason. There is no need

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to build on any of the Sistine green belt because we have enough space is

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already that are Brownfield sites to satisfy the need we have in our

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region. Despite the presence of many objectors at County Hall the scheme

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was given outline approval by councillors today. It will have its

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own school, shops, leisure facilities. This scheme has the

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opportunity to be all real economic driver for the North East. Part of

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the reason this has been so controversial is that around

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Ponteland there is the application for 400 more homes and another

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application for a new leisure and sports complex and two new schools,

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or on green belt land, also given outline planning approval today. The

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word outline is important is it could be amended or even overturned

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at a later date, including perhaps at a public enquiry. But today the

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chairman of the planning committee said it is important to all of my --

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all of us to remember that all of our homes were on a greenfield once.

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Under what circumstances do you delete green belt from the map? It

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is a debate that will continue here. Health bosses on Teesside say

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they'll continue to hire staff from the European Union,

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even as Britain begins The South Tees NHS Foundation Trust

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says it currently needs to fill Over the past two years it's

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recruited 34 nurses from overseas, and most of those have come

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from EU countries. Is it all right if I check

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your blood pressure? Roxanne Signea has always dreamed

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of working for the NHS. 18 months ago this staff nurse

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swapped Romania for Middlesbrough. I really enjoy Middlesbrough,

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it's a really nice area to live because it's really quiet,

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so this is what I'm looking for. Even I've been in London and I've

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visited quite a lot of England There is a chronic lack

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of nurses in the NHS. Many Trusts are using videos

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like this one to try Overseas staff are helping

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to ease the problem. For hospitals like this one,

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recruiting nurses from overseas, especially from the European Union,

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is absolutely crucial. There are more than 100 posts

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available here that can't be filled As Britain begins to negotiate

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its way out of the European Union, what role will that play

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in the nurses that it can I honestly think it's too early

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to tell but we will need to keep considering overseas

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recruitment for the short We're always on recruitment

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initiatives, looking at different ways to access nurse training,

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so it is too early to tell. Liviu is one of 34 overseas nurses

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employed by South Tees He hopes Brexit

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won't affect his job. I hope to be the same

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after the Brexit, to have the same rights and that it will not

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affect our rights. Roxanna is more relaxed

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about the issue. This is not going to affect me

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because they already told me that my position is not

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going to be affected. So if for the English people it's

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better to be out of the Brexit, It's taken 13 months,

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cost ?23 million and needed But finally work to fully

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reopen the Settle-Carlisle The line at Armathwaite -

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between Carlisle and Penrith - was badly damaged in 2015

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after flooding caused The line will officially reopen

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at the end of this month with a visit from the Flying

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Scotsman. The track is back in place

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and soon trains will be too. This is the final push

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in a year-long effort to reinstate services on this Victorian line

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after it was overcome by a landslip. We just hadn't seen a slip of that

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extent and it was moving hour Obviously we were concerned of how

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much movement was happening. The site at Eden Brows is difficult

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to get to, it's next to a Site of Scientific Interest and before

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work could even begin thousands of tonnes

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of debris had to be removed. That was one of our first

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challenges, really, how to get here. We've put in over a mile

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of access roads to get here. The challenging side of it is just

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the scale of it, really. We've had a massive

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piling operation. It's stuff that we do

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as a contractor every day but it's The train line sits 70 metres

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above the River Eden. To keep it in position

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a retaining wall's been built and the new track has been laid

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on a more solid foundation. This is where the half

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a million tonne landslide To stop that happening again

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the track is now built on a 6000-tonne concrete slab,

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and to keep that slab in place are 226 steel pins drilled right

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into the sandstone bedrock. The project team are confident

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the design here will survive any The improvements here should

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last at least 120 years. But for now the focus is on the next

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two weeks and the eventual It feels fantastic. I don't know how

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it will feel on the day. We have been through 13 years of hard work,

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it has been so challenging, and we are almost there.

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Before the official opening by the Flying Scotsman

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at the end of this month, test journeys will be taken to make

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sure drivers are familiar with the new track here -

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a crucial update to a much-loved Cumbrian rail route.

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Unemployment in the North East rose in the three month s to January.

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Unemployment in the North East rose in the three months to January.

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The total was up by 4000 to 88,000 - that's 6.8% of the workforce.

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In Cumbria nearly 5000 people claimed jobseekers'

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allowance in February - a rise of more than 700 on January.

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And North Yorkshire also saw a rise, with just over 5000 people claiming

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jobseekers' allowance - around 500 more than

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However, one sector is providing some good employment news.

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The craft brewery industry - made up of small independents - is thriving.

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Our business correspondent, Ian Reeve, reports.

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His small Teesside brewery, a craft brewery in the jargon,

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is in a sector that has seen phenomenal growth.

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There's definitely a new kind of desire for different beers,

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different flavours, alternatives to what was previously

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before, and just kind of a going against the mould.

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We get some opening up in old schools, in old windmills,

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and it's just kind of ads that character and that story and just

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adds more to the beer, because it came from a local brewery

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The business is just seven months old but has helped new craft brewery

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Last year saw 520 new craft breweries open in the UK,

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Ten new breweries are currently opening each week.

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There are already about 50 small brewers in the North East alone.

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And the breweries are slowly adding to the employment tally.

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In spite of today's rise in unemployment in the North East,

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these small ventures are creating jobs.

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Michael has been taken on here as a full-time salesman,

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part of a workforce that could hit double figures.

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The brewery is growing gradually and hopefully within the next couple

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of years we will be...what we've currently got downstairs will be

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maxed out at 100% and we can look at expanding into more brews per week.

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Small brewers like this are also increasingly drivers of wealth,

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as bigger brewers eye them up as acquisition targets.

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The small Camden Town Brewery in London was snapped up by ABInbev

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What the big players want is the near 9% share

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of the country's beer sales that craft brewers take.

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So, jobs, big numbers, sales, a sector that is not just froth.

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Cultural events in County Durham have brought in an estimat ed

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Cultural events in County Durham have brought in an estimated

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A report to Durham County Council has recommended the authority

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continues to support and invest in internationally acclaimed events

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like Lumiere and Kynren, as well as community-based arts projects.

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And also today, Durham Cathedral was named National

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Heritage Site of the Year by Countryfile Magazine readers.

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Ingredients that have made Durham an international destination

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for cultural activities, bringing visitors and their cash

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as well as a strong sense of community.

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I think one of the clear demonstrations is how willing

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Almost 10% of the population of Durham are now volunteering

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in some capacity, and one of the ways to do it is to be

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involved with Kynren, the Brass Festival.

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If you walk around you see the people now in the T-shirts that

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give you helpful advice and support, get you to the right

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events at the right time, and I think it's a fabulous way

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for people who maybe aren't as artistic, and I'm certainly not,

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but it's a great way to be part of what's going on.

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Today Durham County Council compared its investment

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in entertainment to how much money was made as a result.

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The county's top-performing cultural event

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in 2015 was Lumiere, which was held here, in Durham.

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Now, the council says in that year it invested almost ?1 million

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on its four most lucrative festivals, but the boost

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to the economy was almost 12 times that, at an estimated ?11.7 million.

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In Spennymoor today most people thought the investment was worth it.

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I think it would be very boring if they didn't.

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I think it would be a case of, that would just add to the doom

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and gloom, and I think it's nice to have a bit of escapism.

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I think it brings lots more people to the town and the area.

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They should try and improve the street and the shopping area

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rather than spend it on events that people just don't go to round here.

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Yes, it is worth spending some money.

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Thankfully I'm not a county councillor and I don't have

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The council says it plans to keep on with its ambitious

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Some great North East cultural news I'm sure in sport as well!

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Not a bad set of results last night - in League Two Carlisle

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managed to stop the rot, while Hartlepool won their first

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A draw for Gateshead keeps them in the National League play-off

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zone, and it's advantage York City after the first leg

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Lincoln City have been famous for their cup exploits this season,

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reaching the quarterfinals of the FA Cup before being knocked out

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by Arsenal, and it was the Imps who took the lead at

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Bootham Crescent through a Lee Angol penalty.

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But after the break Vadaine Oliver equalised

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for the Minstermen with a header into the bottom corner.

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Lincoln piled on the pressure but York gave as good as they got

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and were rewarded in the 69th minute - Aidan Connolly with

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the all-important deflection to give Gary Mills' side the advantage

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going into Saturday's second leg at Sincil Bank.

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In the National League, Gateshead's six-match winning run

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came to an end at Macclesfield but they remain in

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Defender Manny Smith broke the dealdlock for Gateshead

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in the 75th minute after former Pools keeper Scott Flinders

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had initially saved Paddy McLaughlin's effort.

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But John McCombe's header rescued a point for the home side.

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In League Two, Carlisle ended a run of four straight defeats

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in a goalless draw with Luton, the game held up for ten minutes

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when Luton defender Dan Potts suffered a head injury.

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And Hartlepool moved nine points clear of the relegation zone

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after winning away from home for the first time

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since early October - Michael Woods scoring the only goal

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of the game at Cambridge, who went down to ten men

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when Max Clark was sent off for a late tackle

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So Gateshead could be on their way to Wembley,

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York are almost there - and so, too, are South Shields.

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On Saturday they'll defend a 2-1 lead from the first leg

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of their FA Vase semifinal with Coleshill Town,

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And if they reach the national stadium, it'll be a great

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way to crown the career of an Argentinian who's made

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the North East his home for the past 17 years.

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Twice in the space of six weeks, he was on the brink

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But twice Mick McCarthy's Black Cats fell at the last hurdle -

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to Crystal Palace in the Championship play-offs,

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and to Millwall in an FA Cup semifinal at Old Trafford.

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For South Shields' former Sunderland AND Middlesbrough star, Julio Arca,

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It will be good to get there but it would be good to win. To get there

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and lose the final would be really disappointing but we have to go

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step-by-step. I always say the first step is to win on Saturday and if

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that happens we concentrate on whatever comes after.

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South Shields go into Saturday's game looking for the 24th win in a

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row but if they end with a draw their fans won't be too bothered

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because all that have to do to make Wednesday is a void e-fit. We will

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not park the bus, will have a packed house here on Saturday and we will

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take the game to the opposition. -- to make Wembley is a void defeat.

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Arca and co were just eight minutes away from going out

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of the competition to the holders, Morpeth, in round four.

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But just as Town went 4-2 ahead, the lights went

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out at Mariners' Park - and Shields won the

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Always in this competition you need a bit of luck and we have had. You

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have to make your own luck as well. We are where we are because we have

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worked hard. And where they could be soon

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is at Wembley Stadium. And good luck to them. Now it's time

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for a look at the weather, and spring ties are out, boys.

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It has felt springlike the last few days. A bit cooler as we head

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towards the weekend. Look at my's weather picture.

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You know what they say about red sky at morning. In the next few days we

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will notice a bit of a change, more rain at times, the wind picking up a

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bit and it will feel a bit colder through the next days and into the

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weekend. It is fairly quiet at the minute, try this evening. The cloud

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will tend to spill in from the west through the night. A bit of poor

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visibility over the high ground. Enough cloud to bring a bit of rain

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and drizzle and the parts of Cumbria. Eastern areas should stay

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dry through the night. Temperatures not colder than six or 7 degrees.

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Tomorrow, mostly dry start for the East. There we will see the best of

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the brightness. Some rain further west, some of its spelling eastwards

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through the day. Some quite sustained rain through the latter

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part of the afternoon am a bit of sleep over the hills, but by

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tea-time drier, brighter, fresher weather following on. Highs around

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11 degrees, gusty south-westerly wind turning westerly and

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north-westerly by the end of the day. We have been talking about the

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cooler change towards the end of the week. It is these weather fronts

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coming in from the West through Friday and into the weekend. They

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will bring spells of rain, not raining all the time but heavy rain

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at times. A lot of lines in the charts so gusty winds as well,

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tending to come from a Westerly and north-westerly or action so it will

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feel a bit colder than it has done the last few days. Friday sees a lot

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of cloud, any early brightness fading quickly. Bringing rain to

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most places. Temperatures in single figures so noticeably cooler in the

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rain on Friday. Into the weekend, Saturday, we will see rain at times,

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some dry spells, maybe a bit of brightness from time to time.

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Temperatures recover slightly but with the cloud and rain probably not

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feeling as warm as 12. Sunday, the numbers are in double figures that

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there will be some rain at times and a risk, gusty south-westerly wind.

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-- brisk. That is not so great. The newborn

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lambs in the fields, they don't like Lorraine, do they?

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'The UK has voted to leave the European Union

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